PORTLAND PRESS HERALD
The growth of an Augusta photographer's business mirrors the expansion of the industry in the state
“I think I’ve found my niche,” Veilleux said, adding that about 75 percent of his drone work has been for real estate companies needing aerial views of homes..
In Maine, everything from weddings to potato farming seeing expanded use of drones
Photographer Thomas-john Veilleux operates a drone last week in Augusta while discussing the technological and regulatory hurdles he's had to overcome with the expansion of his photography business.
Drones Overhead: Part One
Thomas-john Veilleux owns and operates Maine UAV out of Augusta and received his commercial license to give his real-estate clients a unique perspective.
Drones Overhead: Part Two
Thomas-john Veilleux emphasizes education is key for safe drone operation, not just for the people that are flying them but companies looking to hire drone pilots.
Augusta man licensed by FAA to fly drone eyes aerial photos
Thomas-john Veilleux says aerial photography is a growing industry aided by the new technology.
AVIATION BUSINESS GAZETTE
FAA recognizes Thomas-john Veilleux
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is recognizing Thomas-john Veilleux with inclusion in the prestigious FAA Airmen Certification Database.
The database, which appears on the agency's website at www.faa.gov, names Veilleux and other certified pilots who have met or exceeded the high educational, licensing and medical standards established by the FAA.